Since 2005 the Arizona State University Libraries has been delivering information to our users at their point of need. The Library Channel is a prime example of how the library produces and provides content to our students using latest technologies. Library Channel content includes: original audio and Video podcasts, library news, informational and instruction library programs, lectures, oral histories, and the popular The Library Minute
video series. The Library Channel also provides a key means for library to promote and market our services and it is a necessary spoke in the outreach hub of the library.
Library Channel topics include a wide range of information: publishing, education technology, research support, faculty and librarian cooperative learning, history, indigenous studies, and library services.
Our content is widely available to our users through ASU's web pages, ASU's digital signage systems, ASU's local cable channel ASUtv, ASUâs YouTube and Vimeo channels, and also iTunes University.
Our goal is to produce information and provide content that our users need at their point of need. We are adaptive and use the latest technologies to provide information and connect with our students.